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25 Truths about Measuring the Impact of Ethics Programs in Your Organization

Why do ethics failures happen despite a company's code of conduct? Because the business environment and corporate culture can change slowly over time, causing certain behaviors to become the norm. Companies can mitigate ethical infractions by paying attention to shifts in the company’s culture and the pressures that can cause such shifts. They also need to measure their ethical culture, have robust ethics and compliance training, keep tabs on leadership effectiveness, and take into account the role cybersecurity plays. 






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